A grammar of the Hindústání language in the Oriental and Roman character : with numerous copper-plate illustrations of the Persian and Devanágarí systems of alphabetic writing : to which is added, a copious selection of easy extracts for reading, in the Persi-Arabic and Devanágári characters, forming a complete introduction to the Totá-Kahání and Bágh-o-Bahór, together with a vocabulary of all the words, and various explanatory notes
Publisher London : W.H. Allen
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Cover title: Forbe's Hindustani grammar
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July 24, 2012
An excellent book for learning the script
An excellent book. If you think that learning the Arabic-Persian-Urdu script should take only a few hours, then this book is for you!
The first twenty pages are given to explaining the script and its use, and the last one hundred and sixty pages contains manuscripts in Persian and Devanagari script (text in Hindi-Urdu) and their transcription in Roman.